Kyle Richards

Richards portrayed Lindsey Wallace in the slasher film Halloween (1978) alongside Jamie Lee Curtis. Halloween is a widely influential film within the horror genre; it was largely responsible for the popularization of slasher films in the 1980s and helped develop the slasher genre. In 1980, she appeared in the supernatural horror film The Watcher in the Woods. Subsequent roles included Nurse Dori Kerns in 21 episodes of NBC's medical drama series ER (1998–2006) and Lisa, a supporting character in the comedy film National Lampoon's Pledge This! (2006).

Richard Franklin (director)

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Filmed and set in Australia, and starring American actors Stacy Keach and Jamie Lee Curtis (the latter of whom Franklin met whilst visiting his one-time USC classmate John Carpenter on the set of The Fog), Roadgames was the most expensive Australian movie ever made at the time of its release in 1981. After moving to Hollywood, Richard Franklin directed Psycho II (1983), the first sequel to Hitchcock's 1960 classic Psycho, with Anthony Perkins reprising the role of Norman Bates. The film was a financial success and received generally good reviews (it also led to a further two sequels, neither of which Franklin was involved with).

Dead On: The Life and Cinema of George A. Romero

Among the interviewees are Dennis Hopper, Ed Harris, Stephen King, John Carpenter, Dario Argento, Danny Boyle, John Waters, Quentin Tarantino, Richard Linklater, Penn Jillette, Roger Ebert and Tom Savini. Dead On will investigate Romero's lifelong fascination with making films. *

1978 in film

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Halloween, directed by John Carpenter, starring Jamie Lee Curtis and Donald Pleasence. Harper Valley PTA, starring Barbara Eden. Heaven Can Wait, directed by Buck Henry and Warren Beatty, starring Beatty, Julie Christie, Charles Grodin, Dyan Cannon, Jack Warden, James Mason. The Herd (Sürü) – (Turkey). High-Ballin', starring Peter Fonda, Michael Ironside, Helen Shaver, Jerry Reed. Holocaust, TV miniseries, starring Meryl Streep, James Woods, Michael Moriarty, Tovah Feldshuh, Fritz Weaver, Ian Holm. Hooper, directed by Hal Needham, starring Burt Reynolds, Sally Field, Jan-Michael Vincent, Robert Klein, Brian Keith.

List of films released by Anchor Bay Entertainment

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., Halloween, Prom Night) and more obscure and international titles from the 1960s, '70s, and '80s. The company also released a multitude of Hammer Studios films, giallo thrillers and Italian horror titles, particularly the films of Dario Argento and Lucio Fulci. As Anchor Bay's business grew into the mid-2000s, it began to incorporate more non-horror films into its catalogue of releases. The company was purchased by Starz Media in 2007, and continues to release films under both their home media branch, as well as Anchor Bay Films, the company's own film studio, which mainly distributed independent films to small markets. *Note: Films are listed according to their DVD release date.

Nick Mennell

Nick Mennell is an American actor known for his stage work as well as his roles in the horror/slasher remakes of Halloween, and Friday the 13th. Mennell graduated from Juilliard School in 2005. In 2007, Mennell was cast as Bob Simms, in the remake of the 1978 John Carpenter classic Halloween. The film was directed by Rob Zombie, and starred Scout Taylor-Compton, Danielle Harris, Malcolm McDowell, and Tyler Mane as Michael Myers. The film opened on August 31, 2007, and debuted at number one at the box office. In 2008, Mennell was cast as Mike in the 2009 version of Friday the 13th and was directed by Marcus Nispel.

List of American films of 1981

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A list of American films released in 1981.

Julien Maury and Alexandre Bustillo

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They list their influences as Dario Argento, Roman Polanski, Clive Barker and John Carpenter. Julien Maury graduated from l’École Supérieure de Réalisation Audiovisuelle. He worked for French television before directing documentaries, music videos and short films. Alexandre Bustillo graduated from l’Université de Paris XIII with an M.A. in cinema. The two met each other through a mutual friend. Their first film was Inside, a controversial horror film about a pregnant woman stalked by a madwoman who wants her child for herself. Both men co-directed and Bustillo wrote the script.

1980 in film

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First Family, directed by Buck Henry, starring Bob Newhart, Madeline Kahn, Gilda Radner. Flash Gordon, directed by Mike Hodges, starring Sam J. Jones, Melody Anderson, Chaim Topol – (US/UK). The Fog, directed by John Carpenter, starring Adrienne Barbeau and Jamie Lee Curtis. Foolin' Around, starring Gary Busey, Annette O'Toole, Eddie Albert, Cloris Leachman. The Formula, starring George C. Scott and Marlon Brando. Foxes, directed by Adrian Lyne, starring Jodie Foster, Cherie Currie, Scott Baio and Adam Faith. Friday the 13th, directed by Sean S. Cunningham, starring Betsy Palmer, Adrienne King and Harry Crosby. The Gamekeeper, directed by Ken Loach – (U.K.).

Larry Cohen

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In 2006, Cohen was included in the Masters of Horror TV anthology, which also included – but was not limited to – writers and directors as diverse as Dario Argento, Clive Barker, John Carpenter, Richard Chizmar, Don Coscarelli, Wes Craven, David Cronenberg, Joe Dante, Guillermo Del Toro, Ernest Dickerson, Stuart Gordon, James Gunn, Sam Hamm, Tom Holland, Tobe Hooper, Lloyd Kaufman, Mary Lambert, John Landis, Joe R. Lansdale, Bentley Little, H.P. Lovecraft, Joe Lynch, William Lustig, Peter Medak, Lucky McKee, Kat O' Shea, Robert Rodriguez, Eli Roth, David Schow, and Tim Sullivan. It was created by Mick Garris for the Showtime cable network.

List of American films of 1978

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Superman was the highest-grossing film of 1978. 1978 in American television. 1978 in the United States. 1978 films at the Internet Movie Database. List of 1978 box office number-one films in the United States.

Krishna Rao (director)

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Krishna Rao is an American film, television director and cinematographer. As a director, he has directed episodes of Dawson's Creek, Angel, The Pretender, The Chronicle, She Spies, The Unit, 90210 also working as a cinematographer on three of the latter series. In 1997, his first directorial credit was the sci-fi film Crossworlds. Rao has also worked as a camera operator on number of notable films namely, Halloween (1978), The Fog (1980) (both directed by John Carpenter), Bachelor Party (1984), Predator 2 (1990), Ricochet (1991) and Star Trek Generations (1994). *

List of American films of 2007

A list of American films released in 2007. No Country for Old Men won the Academy Award for Best Picture and the Satellite Award for Best Film – Drama. Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street won the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy. Juno won the Satellite Award for Best Film – Musical or Comedy.

2001 in film

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Spy Game, directed by Tony Scott, starring Robert Redford and Brad Pitt. Spy Kids, directed by Robert Rodriguez, starring Carla Gugino, Antonio Banderas and Alan Cumming. Storytelling, directed by Todd Solondz, starring Paul Giamatti, John Goodman, Julie Hagerty, Robert Wisdom and Selma Blair. Stranger Inside. Stuck. Super Troopers. Sur mes lèvres (Read My Lips), starring Vincent Cassel – (France). Sweet November, starring Keanu Reeves and Charlize Theron. Swordfish, starring Hugh Jackman, Halle Berry, Don Cheadle and John Travolta. The Tailor of Panama, directed by John Boorman, starring Pierce Brosnan, Geoffrey Rush, Jamie Lee Curtis and Brendan Gleeson.

1001 Movies You Must See Before You Die

1001 Films You Must See Before You Die
1001 Movies You Must See Before You Die is a film reference book edited by Steven Jay Schneider with original essays on each film contributed by over 70 film critics. It is a part of a series designed and produced by Quintessence Editions, a London-based company, and published in English-language versions by Cassell Illustrated (UK), ABC Books (the publishing division of Australian Broadcasting Corporation), and Barron's (US). The first edition was published in 2003; the most recent edition was published in 2018. Contributors include Adrian Martin, Jonathan Rosenbaum, Richard Peña, David Stratton, and Margaret Pomeranz.

Takashi Miike

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In 2005, Miike was invited to direct an episode of the Masters of Horror anthology series. The series, featuring episodes by a range of established horror directors such as John Carpenter, Tobe Hooper and Dario Argento, was supposed to provide directors with relative creative freedom and relaxed restrictions on violent and sexual content (some sexual content was edited from the Argento-directed episode "Jenifer"). However, when the Showtime cable network acquired the rights to the series, the Miike-directed episode "Imprint" was deemed too disturbing for the network.

Midnight Syndicate

Gavin stated that the new show would be "taking things in a new direction," with Edward Douglas adding that he felt it was something that would appeal to fans of Twilight Zone. Douglas cites film composers Danny Elfman, James Horner, John Carpenter, Hans Zimmer, heavy metal acts King Diamond and Black Sabbath, radio dramas, and horror film scores as primary musical influences for Midnight Syndicate. He has cited Hammer Film Productions, the art of Joseph Vargo, Alchemy Gothic, and Keith Parkinson, the books of Stephen King, Tales From the Crypt comics, and Role-playing games as sources of inspiration. He has said that Joseph Vargo's input was critical on the Born of the Night CD.

Until Dawn

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He also extensively used synthesizers to pay homage to John Carpenter's work. Only 30 minutes of themes with melody and chord progression were recorded in three orchestral sessions. This was because most of the time was spent recording 8–10 hours worth of atmospheric music and sounds that Graves later combined to invoke different emotions in different scenes. The Decima game engine was programmed to determine how the music was layered depending on players' choices in the game. The game's soundtracks were nearly 15 hours long. The theme song, "O Death", was performed by Amy Van Roekel.

1987 in film

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Amazing Grace and Chuck, directed by Mike Newell, starring Jamie Lee Curtis, William Petersen, Alex English, Gregory Peck. Amazon Women on the Moon, compilation film co-directed by five directors: Joe Dante, Carl Gottlieb, Peter Horton, John Landis, and Robert K. Weiss. Starring Arsenio Hall, Griffin Dunne, Michelle Pfeiffer, Rosanna Arquette, Steve Guttenberg, Steve Forrest. American Ninja 2: The Confrontation, directed by Sam Firstenberg, starring Michael Dudikoff, Steve James, and Larry Poindexter. Angel Heart, directed by Alan Parker, starring Mickey Rourke, Robert De Niro, Lisa Bonet. Anguish (Angustia), directed by Bigas Luna, starring Zelda Rubinstein - (Spain).